Guillermo Del Toro's New 'Pinocchio' Film for Netflix Gives Jump Start to Mexico's Animation Studio

Guillermo del Toro's New 'Pinocchio' Film for Netflix Gives Jump Start to Mexico's Animation Studio

Mexican director Guillermo del Toro will produce, write, and direct a new stop-motion animated film based on the novel "The Adventures of Pinocchio" for Netflix.
Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro to be Special Guest at Ebertfest 2016

Guillermo del Toro is going to be opening the Ebertfest 2016 with a screening of his latest film "Crimson Peak."
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Guillermo del Toro's Next Film To Be A 'Fantastic Voyage' Remake?

According to "The Hollywood Reporter," Guillermo del Toro is teaming up with James Cameron and 20th Century Fox to collaborate on the 'Fantastic Voyage' remake.
Could Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro team up?

Silent Hill Movie News: Hideo Kojima Still Wants to Work With Guillermo del Toro

Those dreaming of the Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro partnership have some good fortune.
Liam Neeson

JA Bayona's New Film 'A Monster Calls' Gets First Trailer One Year Early [Watch]

J.A. Bayona's trailer for his upcoming movie "A Monster Calls" has been unveiled.
Could Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro team up?

Norman Reedus Wants Guillermo del Toro, Hideo Kojima Collaboration

Norman Reedus has joined the list of people who want to see Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro collaborate on a film. The actor, who was slated to appear in the now-cancelled "Silent Hills," recently spoke about the prospect of seeing the legendary video game creator and Mexican filmmaker join forces at some point in the future.
Pacific Rim

Del Toro Hands in Script, Budget for 'Pacific Rim 2'; Will It Be Enough to Save Movie?

Guillermo del Toro has announced that he has submitted the script and Budget for the upcoming "Pacific Rim 2."
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BEHIND THE SCENES: Guillermo Del Toro & the Making of 'Crimson Peak'

Latin Post talks to director Guillermo del Toro on the making on "Crimson Peak."
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Guillermo del Toro Calls Charles Dickens 'Greatest Author Who Ever Lived' [Exclusive]

Guillermo del Toro talks about the author he considers among the best ever.
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Guillermo del Toro Wants Studios to Recognize Fans Awaiting 'Hellboy 3'

Guillermo del Toro talks to Latin Post about "Hellboy 3."
Latinos in Film

Latino Representation in Hollywood Not Growing, Report Finds

Latinos are the most underrepresented group in Hollywood says a recent study published by USC's Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism.
Actress Mia Wasikowska

Director Guillermo del Toro 'Surprises' in New, Anticipated 'Crimson Peak' Film

Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro is constantly finding creative ways to reinvent the horror genre with his eccentric, mysterious dark yet whimsical nature. In his new gothic romance, "Crimson Peak," del Toro continues to spread his artistic wings and brings his fans to new heights with a spooky haunted house intertwined with an alluring romance that is both sweet and sexy.
Alfonso Cuaron and Lupita Nyong'o represent two of Mexico's 14 wins at the Oscars.

Oscars 2015: How Have Mexicans Done Historically At the Academy Awards?

The Oscars take place on February 22nd and there are a number of Mexicans in contention for major awards. Among them are director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki. A win for either would continue Mexico's well-documented history at the big event. But how have Mexicans fared in the 87-year history of the Academy Awards?
Mexican Director Kuno Becker Talks Gut-Wrenching Thriller 'Panic 5 Bravo' at U.S.-Mexico Border

Mexican Director Kuno Becker Talks Gut-Wrenching Thriller 'Panic 5 Bravo' at U.S.-Mexico Border (Exclusive)

Mexican actor-turned-director Kuno Becker talks to Latin Post about his new suspenseful thriller, "Panic 5 Bravo, " which will be released on Dec. 5 by Pantelion Films.
Cheech Marin and Robert Rodriguez

Cheech Marin Talks About Working With El Rey's Robert Rodriguez, 'Book of Life'

Many people know comedic actor Cheech Marin for his stoner comedy "Cheech & Chong" films in the '70s and '80s, but he's also made his mark as a director, writer, musician and a Chicano advocate and art collector. He's starred in feature film comedies and animated movies and has made bestselling bilingual children's music albums. Marin recently spoke to Latin Post about his role in the animated fantasy-adventure, "The Book of Life," directed by Jorge Gutierrez and produced by his longtime friend and Oscar-winning Guillermo del Toro. During the Latin Post exclusive interview, Marin reminisced of his early days and recalled other Latino trailblazers in film, including renegade filmmaker and fellow Mexican-American, Robert Rodriguez.
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Cheech Marin Brings the Laughs with Comical Serenades and Helps Diego Luna in His Quest for True Love in Jorge Gutierrez and Guillermo del Toro's "Book of Life"

If you are ever in need of a wing man and a singing entourage to help woo your true love, Cheech Marin is your man! In "The Book of Life," Marin voices the hysterical role of Pancho Rodriguez, one of Manolo's (voiced by Diego Luna's hilarious mariachi friends, the "Rodriguez brothers" (also voiced by Gabriel Iglesias and Ricardo Sanchez "Mandril"). In the film, they try "fun, though hardly romantic versions of Rod Stewart's 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy' and Biz Markie's 'Just a Friend' - the latter to the accompaniment of a toy piano."
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